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Hi all,

sorry not much time today a busy day here at work :D

I must admit i do like the 3.0 version some good things implimented ie Config page.

This is becoming a brilliant tool.

hasi if i change any usersettings through the options page they dont load up next time, it goes back to default setting, is there a way around this so that the user settings are in?

might have a bit more time this afternoon to have another look...

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a quick fix for the EXIT button in version 3.0.1

open the WPI.hta in an editor and find this code

<script language="JavaScript1.2">
function onExit(){
 if (ReallyForce == "yes") CreateFile('exit');
}

change it to show this

<script language="JavaScript1.2">
function onExit(){
 if (ReallyForce == "yes") CreateFile('exit');
 self.close();
}

Somehow it got deleted between the two new versions as 3.0 has it in

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hasi if i change any usersettings through the options page they dont load up next time, it goes back to default setting, is there a way around this so that the user settings are in?...

Isn't it, that you customized your WPI.hta ?

Perhaps you forgot one script include at the beginning of the document

<script language="javascript">position="useroptions.js";</script>
<script
language="JavaScript1.2"
src="./wpiscripts/useroptions.js"
type="text/javascript"
APPLICATION="yes">
</SCRIPT>

and of course you have to delete the values from config.js 'cause it's read AFTER useroptions.js and therefore overwrites its values.

config.js should look like this now ..

//tooltip style
//Style ...
Style ...                        

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Reference ... prog[0] won't be used. It's just an example
// look in program.js to see explanation of these properties
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  
pn=0    // start value vor prog numbering
prog[pn]=['ProgramName']
...

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i will keep checking back here now and again and look at the picture thing when i get some time :-(

Have to get some work done and get more money in for the kids presents, its even started to snow here :-)

Merry Christmas to everyone

Fröhe Weihnachten

@ hasi no i am talking about the 3.0.1 version. I have not modified that version...well not yet, lets get it so far bug free before that ;)

catch you later

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hello,

I have a problem

can WPI do "if A selected then B not selected ?

because I have officexp-fullinstall and officexp-selfmade

so i want to know how to only select one of two officexp installations

have WPI the function ?

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